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Sleep Apnea

MS disrupts the brain’s ability to tell the body what to do. Believe it or not, the brain works while you sleep, doing a little thing called reminding the muscles to breathe. This breakdown of communication between brain and breathing muscles is called central sleep apnea, and it’s the type most commonly associated with MS.